HMSI has issued a recall for 3 of its imported motorcycles – the CBR1000RR-R Fireblade, CRF1100L Africa Twin and the GL1800 Gold Wing Tour. In total, Honda India has recalled 84 units of the three bikes for the 2020 to 2022 model year.
This Honda recall campaign will start from 3rd September 2022. Honda’s BigWing Topline dealerships will notify customers of the affected models via call, e-mail or SMS for inspection of their motorcycles. Customers of these motorcycles can also head to the Honda BigWing website and check if their motorcycle falls under the recall campaign by entering their VIN number.
Honda has requested customers to make a prior appointment to avoid any inconvenience or long wait times. With this recall campaign, Honda also reinforces its commitment to providing the highest quality products and customer satisfaction.
Honda CBR Fireblade, Africa Twin & Gold Wing Recalled In India – The Problem & Solution
HMSI is recalling, in total, 84 units of the CBR Fireblade, Africa Twin and Gold Wing of the 2020 to 2022 model year. This is due to improper setting of the program in the PGM-FI Unit of the three bikes. As a result, Honda says there is a possibility of the engine stalling while riding. However, Honda has not reported any cases of failure in India to date.
As a corrective measure, Honda will resolve this issue by updating the software of the ECU with the correct program for the bikes that fall under this recall. As per Honda, the software update will take about 30 minutes.
Honda will carry out the software update at its BigWing Topline dealerships across India. Additionally, the update will be free of cost. This is irrespective of the warranty status of the motorcycle. As mentioned before, Honda requests customers to make appointments before visiting the dealership.